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(I Like) Reggae Music


Published April 9, 2005


Top Dead Center live recording from 4/9/2005 at The Hut, Tucson, AZ


Source Sound Board->Mini Disc->mp3
Run time 8:10
Label / Recorded by Mystery Sound Guy (MSG)

Notes

Brian Barbarisi, drums
Mike Begala, guitar and vocals
Gunnar Carlson, bass guitar
Randy Clamons, guitar and lead vocal
Ray Clamons, drums
John Gatty, keyboard and vocals

Originally recorded by 'The Boomers' in 1985 on the album "Route Rock".

Reviews

Reviewer: NoPebbleTossed - - December 31, 2005
Subject: I write a review with Reggae Music...
Masterful guitar solos and great lyrics! Hope to hear more from this songwriter.
Reviewer: notmsg - - November 21, 2005
Subject: a critique
Despite the lyrical srewups a great recording and perfomance. Keep on trucki'n
Reviewer: labdance - - November 21, 2005
Subject: Always Room to Reggae
This has a good reggae beat and the words are quite humorous - this band is great! makes me want to dance for hours, spread my wings and fly and then groove on into the earth.....more from these guys for sure, please.
Reviewer: dedhed1950 - - November 19, 2005
Subject: Nice Tune!
Good solid reggae tune.
Reviewer: cAZualty - - November 19, 2005
Subject: a Kind find!
Top Dead Center is a Sky Island all unto themselves in this enormous sea of desert sand. A fine recording at a venue where its hard to control levels. Great guitars, sweet keys, and tight rhythm. Looking for more uploads.
Reviewer: C. Slash - - November 19, 2005
Subject: Me Too!
Very enjoyable, laid back, reefer-smokin', hammock-swinging kinda reggae. Great guitar work. Would definitely like to hear more from this band.
Reviewer: paul_thaddeus - - November 19, 2005
Subject: Nice Relaxed Groove
It's so nice to hear a calm reggae rhythm that is still right in the pocket. I DO LIKE REGGAE MUSIC!
Nice lead guitaring all over this one.
Reviewer: Ned Newsome - - November 19, 2005
Subject: A great find
I like the sound of this band, they seem to have their act together. Who are these guys and where do they play? Are they going to post any more? Please do not leave us hanging out here.
Reviewer: S. John Sting - - November 19, 2005
Subject: Tasty little number!
Weird, I think I heard some of these guys back in the early 80's. The song's kind of a audio contradiction; the band's way tight, but the arrangment is loose (well, it sounds loose!); the lyrics are sardonic, yet strangely sincere... I really dig the second guitar solo, I could lose myself in there for days. I'd like to hear more from those guys.
Reviewer: Pete Bardo - - November 18, 2005
Subject: I Like it too
For an unknown band from the desert and a live recording, this is surprisingly sweet. Long creative jams nearly reach pointlessness, but isn't that the point?

Sounds of sea gulls flying over head conjure visions of clear blue oceans and pure white sand beaches.
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